Citizenship and Immigration

Citizenship and Immigration

Book - 2017
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"What defines a citizen? Who can become one? Does the creation of new citizens benefit a country or threaten it? All democracies grapple with questions about who should or should now become citizens. But not all countries answer these questions the same way. The benefits of democracy can be found in every part of the globe. Since the collapse of the Soviet Union and its communist ideology in 1991, democracy has been touted as the only real answer to the world's challenges. At the same time, the true meaning of democracy has rarely been so extensively tested. Foundations of Democracy takes a global view of the fundamental cornerstones of this form of government, which Winston Churchill famously called "the worst form of Government except for all those other forms that have been tried." -- Back cover.
Publisher: Broomall, PA :, Mason Crest,, 2017
ISBN: 9781422236260
Characteristics: 64 pages : color illustrations ; 24 cm


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